Popular Lebanese-born ex-porn star, Mia Khalifa is engaged to chef Robert Sandberg who proposed to her in a very special way in Chicago. According to Robert Sandberg, he hid the ring in a bowl of dried ingredients and Mia almost ate the ring with the ‘new serving.’.
Taking to his Instagram page to share the news, Robert Sandberg wrote;
We went to Chicago this weekend and had a wonderful dinner at Smyth. I proposed to @miakhalifa and she said YES!
The ring was hidden in a bowl of dried ingredients and came out as a “new serving”. Mia was to curious and to eager to taste so she started to eat the inedible ingredients.
I told her not do it and then I put the ring on the finger. I love you so much❤️
Mia Khalifa also confirmed the news on her page as she shared some loved up photos of the pair, writing;
Thank you a million times over for the entire team at @smythchicago for helping @robertsandberg propose 😭♥️ this trip and dinner was supposed to celebrate him getting his visa! Robert has planted the seed so deep in my mind for so long that he hates restaurant proposals so I never, EVER, saw this coming. I love y’all so much! Thank you!
However, A Twitter user identified as @makingcheddah has started an argument on the platform, stating that bad girls end up with the men while good girls remain single.
Sharing a photo of her flaunting her ring while looking lovingly into the eyes of her fiance, @makingcheddah wrote:
“Mia Khalifa got engaged. Seeee being a good girl takes you no where. Good things happen to bad girls.”
In another tweet, he added:
I tweeted something about this yesterday. I’m starting to believe men actually love bad girls than good girls. I’m a man so take it from me. Every man wants more than he can chew if we are being real. Notice how a man says he wants a God fearing chick and still chase after hoes?
Do you ever sit and wonder why all your hoe friends are married/in a loving relationship right now and you’re not? Well the answer is because she’s a hoe. Be a hoe today. You’re welcome.
His tweet was supported by some Twitter users but some argued against his point.